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lunedì 14 settembre 2015

THE ALTERNATE ALOHA


ANNO DI PUBBLICAZIONE: 1997.
LABEL: Elvis Presley Special Products (SP 1973).
NOTE: si tratta dell’unico CD bootleg che riporta questo bellissimo spettacolo, noto anche come “Aloha rehearsal show”, già pubblicato su 33 giri dai pirati nel 1980 (Amiga e Nugget).
L’audio è stato tratto direttamente dalla sua trasmissione televisiva degli anni ’90 quindi non ha l’orripilante remixaggio che la RCA fece nel 1987 in “The alternate aloha“.
Esiste una seconda edizione sempre del ’97 con la differenza del colore del testo e del dischetto.
Le ultime 5 tracce provengono dalla registrazione del 14 gennaio subito dopo il concerto.

CANZONI: dal vivo a Honolulu, Hawaii. 12 gennaio 1973. Ore 20,30.
Aloha Interview [versione completa di 3'43"]
2001 theme/See See Rider
Burning Love
Something
You Gave Me A Mountain
Steamroller Blues
My Way
Love Me
It’s Over
Blue Suede Shoes
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
Hound Dog
What Now My Love
Fever
Welcome To My World
Suspicious Minds

Band Introductions
I’ll Remember You
An American Trilogy
A Big Hunk O’Love
Can’t Help Falling In Love
Blue Hawaii
Early Morning Rain
Hawaiian Wedding Song
Ku-U-I-Po
No More



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2 commenti:

  1. Brilliant show tyvm Marco in sharing this
    Even tho this is the rehearsal show this is a testimony in Elvis career
    He sure met his challenges and achieved many during his lifetime
    This surely shows Elvis at one of his best performances during the early parts of '73
    Many more shows followed after this - Pity he went down a bad spiral pathway on his health and personal life after this and the satellite show
    Vegas was a prison to him during the latter parts of the '70s when he did show after show and only saw his penthouse suite and the stage whilst performing there
    Lake Tahoe was another venue that was tiring for him too - Hope he rested more .
    Long Live The King

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  2. Thank you very much Marco for this share. A great one. Grazie mille Marco.

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